What is the correct spelling for VIERY?
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Correct spellings for VIERY
- airy But again you ask,' he continued with an airy grimace, 'why I wanted a few crowns.
- fiery I would not have received such a fiery glance for all the wealth that Peter Jones obtained with his Saxon bride.
- miry A broad tract of miry ground, overflowed at high water, lay between him and the party thus rudely assailed by the natives.
- vary I wish to vary happiness.
- veer 31. In 1829, after his book had gone through ten editions, and the demand for it had become so great as "to call forth twenty thousand copies during the year," the prudent author, intending to veer his course according to the trade-wind, thought it expedient to retract his former acknowledgement to "our best modern philologists," and to profess himself a modifier of the Great Compiler's code.
- verb In both Khasi and Mon that order is subject, verb , object.
- very We are very glad to hear it!
- viceroy In evidence of the Endeavour being one of His Majesty's ships, Cook wrote to the Viceroy and, among other things, drew attention to the distinctive uniform of his officers, which is a reminder to us that at this time the dress of naval officers was beginning to assume uniformity.
- vie I have only glanced at it, but a glance was enough to remind me of Renan's "Vie de Jesus."
- view But I have a sort of fellow-feeling with Blake, and I quite understand his view of the case-that two is company and three are none.
- viper She could not finish the sentence, nor put into words the awful suggestion which had sprung like a stinging viper straight across the train of her thoughts.
- vireo He would point out to them the humming-bird that hovered, a bright blur, above the columbine, the woodpecker glued to the trunk of a maple high above their heads, the red gleam of a tanager flashing through sunlit foliage, the oriole and vireo where they hid.
- wary Wary stepping, too, it will require to enable us to succeed in realizing either of these objects.
- weary "I can't let you sit up a moment longer, you weary little girl!
- Vera Vera Nugent watched her narrowly, and led the conversation upstairs.
- Valery After tea,-at which meal Mr. Dugdale did not appear, a fact that nobody wondered at, since he was left to wander about Weymouth at his own sweet will, without Harrie to catch him and remind him that there was such a thing as time, likewise such sublunary necessities as eating and drinking-after tea Miss Valery and Mrs. Harper sat at the window together.